El Caribe food stand, which is now the Quiero Arepas food truck and has moved South to the Pearl St. Market I think. More or less in its place now is a food stand selling what is essentially the Salvadorean version of the arepa: the pupusa.
but not too much) and things like beans and meat (though they do have other Boulder-like ingredient options like leeks and mushrooms). You can also get a fried egg on top or avocado (I did both) to make your breakfast more wholesome. And of course they have the traditional Salvadorean slaw bathed in the ubiquitous sweet red salsa, which ups the good-for-you factor another notch with all those veggies.
Tres Pupusas is taking a solid version of a typical Salvadorean cuisine to the City Park area. In doing so it has admittedly ran up the price a little for what can be had for much cheaper on many corners of Colfax just a couple miles East. That being said, while I am not adverse to the eating my greasy meats and grilled dough on a stark sun-drenched and culturally diverse patio on the corner of say, Colfax and Yosemite; on a Sunday morning it is worth a buck or two more to lay out on the grass under the shade of a tall tree and listen to the fountain spray while I enjoy my pupusa. Either that, or this whole life with babies is making me soft. Probably a lot of the latter, but either way, Tres Pupusas is worth checking out.